Top Ten Simpsons Moments That Became RealityCazaam There's some crazy Simpsons moments but it's hard to believe that they have happened
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On the episode Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk which literally translates to "Burns sells the Power plant" as that's what he does. The plant gets sold to three Germans who say they're from the land of chocolate. Homer daydreams about running around a land made of chocolate.
WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENED: In 2013 a theme park was opened in Shanghai where most things were made of chocolate. There's many things that can be done here including weighing yourself on chocolate scales. In the chocolate exhibit is many beautifully crafted chocolate masterpieces. - Cazaam
On the episode Lemon of Troy. Shelbyville kids steal the lemon tree in Springfield. Would you believe that a lemon tree was stolen in real life? Well, there's been such a story.
WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENED: A mystery person stole a lemon tree out of a woman's garden. Makes you wonder was this person actually trying to parody The Simpsons in real life? - Cazaam
Fact: Bart to the Future was once rated as the worst episode of the series and Season 11 marked the start of the Silver Age.
Season 11: 6/10
Season 12: 9/10
Season 13: 7/10
Season 14: 8/10
Season 15: 8.5/10
Season 16: 7.5/10
Season 17: 8.75/10
Season 18: 7.25/10
America Can Be My Ex-Wife!
In the episode Lard of the Dance, Homer and Bart get into the grease industry. After many grueling days they turn all the grease in but end up only getting 63 cents from it all.
WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENED: Many people work in the grease industry sector of the black market but in real life grease is worth $1 a gallon. In 2011, Grease thieves stole over 8.3 MILLION galllons of grease. - Cazaam
In the episode Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes? Where Homer's brother is seen homeless after the failure that was The Homer car, Herb bounces back with the Baby Translator.
WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENED: There's an app you can get for an iPhone which can "diagnose" a baby's cry. It will tell you what the baby wants. - Cazaam
Does this refer to the 9/11 bus ad? That was a creepy coincidence.
Though on a personal level with this episode. While I live right next to a big city, Chicago, whenever I go downtown I completely understand how Homer feels about New York.
So I'm guessing 9/11 was caused by the Simpsons and not terrorists? - creed99
I'm not really a fan of virtual reality I wouldn't use it.
I was interested when I was little, I wondered if it would ever be invented. Yeah I know there was Virtual Boy but what was the success of that.
In the Rich Texan's Carnival is Hitler's Car, The Tooth Chipper and a Yard Work simulator.
WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENED: In 2009 Zynga released Farmville because they knew everyone loved taking care of their virtual yard. The game was a massive success. So much of a success that it became one of the cool things to hate... NO, I WILL NOT ACCEPT YOUR FARMVILLE GAME REQUEST! Just so you know. - Cazaam
It's just a random joke not weird music videos.
In the episode Sideshow Bob Roberts, Homer protects his house from demolition by holding on to a wrecking ball and getting himself knocked against the house instead of the big ball.
WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENED: Miley Cyrus - Wrecking Ball - Cazaam
Also he took a ride on one in the movie. Between a rock and a Hard place - westofohio
Happened with The Force Awakens and Road Chip.
To cut costs at Springfield Elementary, Lunchlady Doris uses a barrel of assorted horse parts Now with more testicles! Because more testicles means more iron.
WHAT REALLY HAPPENED: Does anybody remember the 2013 horsemeat scandal. You would if you were British like me but anyway. Retailers tried to cut the costs by importing horsemeat burgers as beef burgers. Search up on the horsemeat scandal, I can't explain it very well. - Cazaam
When the school is in dire need of funding, Lunchlady Doris minces up the old gym mats to save money.
WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENED: In McDonald's, there's an ingredient in the McRib bread which is Azodicarbonamide. This substance is found in the manufacturing of foam gym mats and the soles of shoes. The substance is banned in most of Europe. - Cazaam
The Book Marge was holding in Lisa's Sax (Season 9), nearly 17 years later, the Ebola virus breaks out - RickyReeves
Are you saying Ebola just became a thing in 2014? Ebola has been around for decades, the only reason its big on the news now is because a few people in first world countries started getting it. But the original joke was that George is a monkey, Ebola is said to have originated in monkeys, so Curious George gets Ebola. I don't see how this in any way predicts anything. Its like if a kid gets the chicken pox and freaks out that chicken pox was mentioned on something 40 years ago.
Someone made one of these? How?
Foreign takeovers of domestic production.
The first episode of Season 17
Season 17, 2005-2006
Love > Rivalry
I'm completely shocked no one has mentioned this during the whole Octo-Mom craze after some lady had octuplets just like how Apu and Manjula did.
Ugh... I can't believe the Simpsons had the audacity to do this...
My head hurts every time I see this intro.
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2. Star Wars and Alvin and the Chipmunks Opening On Same Day - S21-E1
3. Trump as President - S11-E17
2. My Retirement Grease
2. Faulty Voting Machine
3. Lemon Tree Theft